Farmer's Market and Market "Flea" in Trevi, Sunday, May 25, 2014.
Trevi Back to the usual appointment with the Flea Market and Farmer's Market - Farmer's Market - from 9 am until sunset.
Two markets, typical of the medieval village: trinkets, textiles, handicrafts, antiques, wrought iron and vintage in Piazza Garibaldi, New Oil extra virgin olive oil from the hills of Trevi, honey, vegetables and seasonal production in Piazza Mazzini. Visitors can taste and buy local products and take home a piece of jewelery of other times so searched and not found at the Flea Market.
At Palazzo Lucarini Contemporary, Centre for Contemporary Art until July awaits Officinedellumbria14 with "Aliment (e) action Fragile". The longest running project of Umbrian art education. From this year, thanks to the experimental approach of the collective and participatory Aliment (e) action of Sassari, Officinedellumbria formula changes and instead of bringing artists in schools, leads the school at Palazzo Lucarini.
The 200 participating children, in fact, will be divided into class groups, for a week at the museum, made in collaboration with the artists work in a mammoth size museum fruit of a joint effort by the artists and considered by both personal and collective. An example of a courageous and unprecedented participatory art where the work of artists and children seem to blend in and expands to put a new value in art practice where the ego gives way to social and sharing.
In addition to wait for the public, the third race of the 2014 Gallery Cynical, reserved for young artists program, which has opened its doors to the artist (As) Achilles with staff entitled "The worst way in the worst place. The worst way worse on the ground. " (How) Achilles has a strongly self-deprecating work, look perceptible throughout his artistic production and that reflects a self-critical approach in everyday life.
The work is a statement of intent. The artist puts "bare" doing the thing he hates most in the least suitable place possible. He exposes the "ground" of art in the worst way, therefore, conscious of his own limitations. Open Thursday to Sunday from 15:30 to 18:30. Admission is free. (Info@officinedellumbria.it; firstname.lastname@example.org, Tel 0742 381021).
Like every weekend, who will be able to visit the Trevi Museum Complex of St. Francis where he established the Museum of the Olive Tree is open from Tuesday to Sunday from 10 to 12.30 and from 14.30 to 18.00 (www.sistemamuseo.it ).